Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Toddler Time: Busy Bag Exchange Part 3 (& Freebie!)



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21 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for you posts. I was the one that posted earlier asking about the pre-school bags. These are much more suited to my 2.5 y/o but the toddler bags will be great for my younger daughter. I would be very interested in any additional bags &/or downloads that you come up with. This also makes me want to have my own bag swap even more!! :) -Jackie

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  2. I would definitely be interest in more ideas/printables. Thanks again for sharing your ideas and sign-up sheet with me. I really want to make some of the other ones now that no one in my exchange signed up for. I just need to buy a color ink cartrige without my husband knowing as he doesn't think we EVER need color ink!

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  3. These all look so amazing! I can't believe you were able to coordinate it all. That's a lot of work! It looks like you got fabulous results and it paid off! I just picked up a bag of clothes pins from a thrift store this week not knowing what exactly I would do with them. Now I have plenty of ideas!

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  4. This is awesome!! Thank you for being willing to share. I know this will be so useful for so many, myself included! I was able to sit down and do work books and coloring sheeting with my daughter when she was pre-k, but now I have a son pre-k and he's no interested in that at all! I've been finding fun, hands on ideas and these are great! He will love all of this. Now, just to get them done :-)

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  5. Instead of ice cube trays for I believe the 2nd idea you could use egg cartons.

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  6. These are great! Thanks for putting all the links in one place. I would love to participate in an exchange if you ever do another one.

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  7. Wonderful ideas! Thank you for sharing. Would love to participate if you do it again.

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  8. Wow! these are all the great ideas ..thanks !!!

    Love your post !!

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  9. thanks for sharing I am planning to give busy bags to each of my mothers day out students for Christmas. This blog asved my life :)

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  10. I love all of these ideas. I may try to host a swap with my mommies group from centralpiedmontmommies.com. I would love to see more about busy bags and swaps.

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  11. New fan! Love these ideas. We have a to-go bag by our door for our two-year-old and some of these ideas would be great for it--and we could even bring more for the kids who we often meet up with for big lunches here in Italy. (It's a big thing on the weekend, believe it or not, going to a long lunch at a restaurant with kids in tow!) Thanks for the fun new ideas.

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  12. amazing thank you for all these ideas!

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  13. for the pattern grid you could put on a metal sheet pan and make it magnetic. Could also create a lot of circles and put the stickers on them, laminate and then put magnets on the back.

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  14. I love your blog!!! This is great!!!

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  15. Awesome ideas! Thanks for sharing. Any printables would be great. :)

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  16. Oh my goodness, I am so excited to use many of theses ideas, thank you!! I am a special education teacher and love these hands on learning activities!!

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  17. I found my clothes pins at Walmart- $1 for 100. Best deal I found.

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  18. I have a lot of new ideas now - thanks for sharing! Love the ideas here!

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  19. Gosh, I wish I had seen an exchange earlier! I really want to do this for my son. I've tried to get one going in my local area but only had one person interested in participating. Definitely advertise on Facebook when you're ready to host another one!

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  20. Wonderful Work!, so many great age-appropriate ideas.

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